Hussin's leadership recognized by Boy Scouts

Roz Hussin
Roz Hussin (left) stands with her son after receiving the Whitney M. Young Jr. service award from the Boy Scouts of America.

Hussin's leadership recognized by Boy Scouts

08 Aug 2017    

Ros Hussin, an instructional design technology specialist with Online and Distance Education and CEHS, received the Whitney M. Young Jr. service award from the Boy Scouts of America. The honor recognizes outstanding service through the development and implementation of scouting opportunities from rural or low-income urban backgrounds. Hussin was recognized for her involvement with and leadership in the ScoutREACH scholarship program, which allows Nebraska students in the university's service learning program to volunteer as local Boy Scout leaders. The program was created by Hussin and Linda Moody, assistant director of civic engagement. Hussin has also been involved in scouting for 11 years. Her sons are both Eagle Scouts and she continues to be an active leader in Lincoln's Troop 30. The award was presented during the Boy Scouts' Cornhusker Council annual meeting and recognition event earlier this summer. Learn more about this award.


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